Eastern Stage Productions (ESP) of New York and Technical Entertainment Services (TES) based in Florida have both made significant investments in CODA’s next generation technology.
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CODA Audio has confirmed the sale of a range of systems, including its flagship AiRAY, to two leading production companies in the USA. Eastern Stage Productions (ESP) of New York and Technical Entertainment Services (TES) based in Florida, have both made significant investments in CODA’s next generation technology, that delivers exceptional audio from the most compact, lightweight and powerful enclosures on the market. The two companies, now also authorised CODA Audio resellers, enjoy a close relationship, often working together on major productions and combined to provide a CODA system for the Stereo Bloom Stage at the recent EDC Orlando.
When Bill Danilesyk of ESP first heard CODA at InfoComm 2019, he was immediately sold on the concept and more importantly, the sound:
“The high fidelity of the sound is amazing with the real game-changer being the DDP driver. You get the same amazing fidelity from the CODA system as you would from the highest quality hi-fi systems – getting that at much higher outputs blew my mind right away. You listen to music you’ve heard one thousand times and all of a sudden you hear new things. These kind of intricacies and this level of sonic detail is something that was totally missed before and it translates to the live stage. And the low end? Well, the impact of the bass is phenomenal. Everyone at EDC was blown away by the sound.”
Luke Jenks, Managing Director of CODA Audio USA comments:
“We’ve witnessed a sustained growth in the sales of both live and installed systems across the US, confirming that the CODA message is being heard loud and clear throughout the industry. We’re very proud that our next generation technology is becoming the choice of more and more audio professionals, who, like TES and ESP, are taking full advantage of the benefits it can deliver.”